TURISMO DE PORTUGAL
Sintra is often described as a Disneyland for grown-ups, but spend time exploring the surrounding beaches, seafood restaurants and woodlands, and you’ll find there’s much more to this historic town. The variety of fascinating historic buildings and beautiful scenery has established Sintra as a fantastic tourist destination, and has since become the most popular day trip from Lisbon.
What You Can Visit With Us?
Palácio Nacional Queluz
Queluz Palace was the royal residence for Queen D. Maria I and her husband Dom Pedro III (prince regent), who actually started construction of the palace in 1747. Dom Pedro was the uncle of Queen Maria and there was a 17 year age gap, but despite this they had a happy marriage..
Palacio da Pena
This worthy palace was commissioned, in 1842, by King Ferdinand II who was passionate of literature, music and arts. Its interior reminds the last days of the Portuguese monarchy. Many of the original features and decorative furniture still remain in the same locations almost untouched for a 100 years
Castelo dos Mouros
The Moors Castle is a restored castle set in the middle of the forests of Sintra which offers tourists and local people wonderful views over the region.
Palacio National de Sintra
This gothic palace is located in the heart of Sintra and was the most visited royal palace of the whole country. It has a very convenient position within the centre of Sintra and was constructed on the site of an ancient Moorish castle. Rooms are amazingly decorated with brilliant painting and the interior style is base on a strong Arabic influences.
Quinta da Regaleira
It’s a 19th century extravagant gothic mansion being constructed by the once richest man of Portugal. The principal attraction of the place are the elegant gardens which are also provided with an impressive tunnel system. Hidden throughout the grounds are secretive religious symbols, concealed gardens, and other mysterious objects.
ON THE WAY BACK WE ALSO VISIT
Guincho, Boca do Inferno and Belém
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